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                      Buildings Then and Now
These pages are expanded versions from our Yearbook.
(The black and white photos below are from page 9).

Goodwin Hall
  
Yes, it is a fact that these two pictures were taken at the same spot decades apart. The
 reference point used was the visible south arch through the middle arch on the west facing facade.
The below picture was taken near the same spot for a winter's perspective on March 8, 2007.

 


The above and below pictures were taken on March 9, 2007.


 


Goodwin Hall, built in 1910, is now vacant and
is used partially for storage - Jim Autrey.
Above picture was taken Sunday after HC 2004.

West Hall

West Hall stood on the same site as Upper School,
opened it's doors in 1899 and burned February 14, 1938.
Additional details can be found at www.ncsdmuseum.net

(Look in "In NCSDHM", "Photography", "Buildings", then "Cornerstone Laid").


Go to the next pages of our Yearbook, 10 & 11 >>>

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